One driver tried to outsmart the police by creating a fake Ontario licence plate out of a diaper box. \nAccording to the West Region OPP, a vehicle was pulled over after officers noticed its phony cardboard plates.\nEditor's Choice: The OPP Says Man Charged With Not Having Insurance Told Police He 'Didn't Believe' In It\n\n#brantopp officers stopped a vehicle and found these fake plates made from a cardboard diaper box. The driver realized his error and that it was time to "change" things up! ^kj pic.twitter.com/1WsxI292sw— OPP West Region (@OPP_WR) January 11, 2021\n\nOn January 11, officers shared a photo of the diaper box licences found in the Brant area. \nThe driver appeared to attach a printout of a license plate onto cardboard that was cut to roughly the same size. \nOfficers reported that the incident ended with the driver making a "change," pun intended. \nThis isn't the first bizarre incident involving licence plates. \nToronto police revealed last month that they caught a driver using a marker to alter their rear licence plate. \nWhile another Ontario driver was caught driving around with expired plates for over 30 years.